SPSN revisits India’s victory in 1985 B&H World Championship of Cricket in new series
The series was launched on 4th May 2020 and will be aired exclusively on SONY SIX and SONY SIX HD channels from 8:30 PM
Sony Pictures Sports Network (SPSN) aims to galvanize the passion that millions of Indians have for cricket by showcasing the best moments from the historical tournament that had the Indian cricket team donning the blue jersey, in the series, ‘The Blue Revolution’. The 12-part series revisits India’s landmark victory in the 1985 B&H World Championship of Cricket which was the first major tournament India won in colored clothing and established its dominance in cricket across the globe.
SPSN deep dives into the historical archives to revisit the victorious campaign of the 1985 B&H World Championship of Cricket in ‘The Blue Revolution’ and will showcase how India marked its dominance in cricket, ultimately giving rise to the term ‘Men in Blue. Cricket fans will relive the action-packed iconic performances from the 1985 Indian team as they paved their way towards reaffirming their status as world champions after a string of disappointing results since the 1983 World Cup win in England.
Rajdeep Sardesai, Consulting Editor, TV Today Network: “I remember getting up at 5:00 am in the morning to watch the Indian cricket team perform brilliantly at the B&H World Championship of Cricket in 1985. Winning the World Cup in 1983 was unexpected but we really proved that we are the best team in the world in 1985. The Blue Revolution series is a must-watch for all for its historical and nostalgic value. I am really looking forward to reliving those moments with the some of the heroes of the team who were a part of this landmark endeavor on the official Facebook page of Sony Sports.”
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